Hadrian’s Library

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On the road from Monastiraki square to the Roman Agora is the entrance of Hadrian’s Library. Built in around 132 AD by emperor Hadrian consists of a rectangular building with impressive façade and interior yard that was surrounded by 100 columns, creating the perfect environment for studying in the centre of the bustling agora. At the middle of the yard survive the ruins the early Christian church of the 5th century BC.
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